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President Hays announces appointment of David Gilmore as Associate Dean, Undergraduate Affairs

August 28, 2012

I am pleased to announce that David Gilmore, MS, CNMT, currently Chair & Assistant Professor, Medical Imaging, and Program Director, Nuclear Medicine Technology, will become Associate Dean of Undergraduate Affairs, effective September 4, 2012. Well known among faculty, staff, and students at Regis, David is an ideal fit for this new position in our academic affairs functioning and student-centered outreach. He will report to me and will closely collaborate with Dr. Claudia Pouravelis, Associate Dean of Graduate Affairs, and with Academic Deans Dr. Penelope Glynn and Dr. Malcolm Asadoorian. David will also supervise our new Director of Career Opportunities and Internships.

David’s perspective on this appointment is, as I would expect, enthusiastic and dedicated: "I'm thrilled with this opportunity,” David said.  “My hopes are to have the undergraduate experience – academic, co-curricular, internships, and study abroad -- be an amazing opportunity for Regis students, connecting them to this learning community and to the world beyond.”

Prior to coming to Regis in September, 2011, David was Director of Education and Quality Management at Mass General Hospital and, prior to that, Program Director, Nuclear Medicine Technology, Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital. Since coming to Regis he has been deeply involved in our nuclear medicine program development and administration, development and implementation of curriculum, securing funding for new nuclear medicine lab/equipment, the creation of clinical internship sites/partnerships, maintaining program accreditation, successful transfer of accreditation for the program he brought with him, and the creation of articulation agreements.

David will be transitioning into the position during the Fall Semester and fully take on its responsibilities in January, 2013. He is currently enrolled in the doctoral program in education at Northeastern University.

Antoinette M. Hays, RN, PhD
President

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